GrandOrgue - OpenSource Virtual Pipe Organ Software for Linux and Windows
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Concepts:Virtual Pipe Organs
Product Offering:Console Conversions
GrandOrgue is a virtual pipe organ sample player
application that is based on the MyOrgan project
that was discontinued early in 2009. The
original MyOrgan project name and copyright have
been given to Milan Digial Audio
project is Open Source and released under the
GNU Public License v2.
Currently there are a small group of people who have been working with the code and have been able to make some updates. None of us are programmers, so each step of improvement has taken some time to implement. If you need help please post on the Magle Music forum (http://www.magle.dk/music-forums/electronic-digital-organs/).
I have been able to update the Stop and Piston graphics, and to add some additional wooden backgrounds. I have also updated the Icons and created a multi-instance version (giving us the ability to run up to 8 instances of GrandOrgue at a time, providing 16 channels of audio output). In addition to that, other contributors have added a Transpose function, and the ability to run GrandOrgue on a small LCD based computer.
For the sourcecode of the project, visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/ourorgan/.
GrandOrgue 0.2 Beta is now also compiled for Linux, so we present three options for installing and using this VPO software.
GrandOrgue for Microsoft Windows
GrandOrgue for Puppy Linux
GrandOrgue for Debian/Ubuntu Linux
View the differenceGrandOrgue old interface:
GrandOrgue new interface: